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TMA Launches Physician Services Organization for Patient Care
Date:5/23/2013

care of the patient one on one, not in dealing with red tape, reporting measures, and compliance regulations. This is exactly what is needed to maintain the sacred patient-physician relationship. It's very exciting to see new innovative projects like this that can help physicians spend more time with their patients."

The organization will offer services that bolster physicians' clinical and financial autonomy, tailored to a practice's current level of sophistication. A key element will be providing physicians easy access to data to measure and improve their clinical performance and their financial viability.

"This is a physician-driven enterprise to improve patient care," said TMA Board of Trustees member Dan McCoy , MD, who chaired the task force that developed the project plan. "The Physician Services Organization for Patient Care will use the latest technology and data analytics tools to bolster the bedrock of our profession: the patient-physician relationship."

For example, one service might help physicians comb through their data to identify chronically ill patients who need extra help to stay as healthy as possible and stay out of the hospital. Another might align primary care physicians and specialists to better coordinate the care they provide to their common patients.

"The market is shifting rapidly. Physicians are under tremendous pressure to change what they've been doing. But no one is helping them do that," Dr. Brotherton said. "This is a very high priority."

Added Don Read , MD, of Dallas, a member of the TMA Board of Trustees, "This is the most important thing TMA has done since tort reform."

About the Texas Medical Association:
TMA is the largest state medical society in the nation, representing more than 47,000 physician and medical student members. It is located in Austin and has 120 componen
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